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Study conditions and rules are regulated by STU Study Regulations (Code of Studies).

Study plan

Time and content order of study programme courses for each individual study path (focus) are determinted by the recommended study plan:

The recommended study plan is set up in such a way that by partaking in it, a student is able to fulfill all conditions for a proper study completion within a standard length of study.

Based on the recommended study plan, a student creates his own study plan based on study regulations.

Conditions of proper study completion

In order to properly complete studies of a study programme, each student must:

  • complete and pass all compulsory and required amount of compulsory optional courses of a study programme
  • gain 180 credits,
  • carry out a state examination.

Conditions of continuing into the consecutive part of studies

In order to continue into the next part of studies, a student must:

  • gain minimal credit amount
    • minimal credit amount in first semester of studies - 15
    • minimal credit amount for an academic year - 40
  • pass all re-registered courses,
  • in the following study period, not exceed the allowed study length, in accordance with study regulations.

Study programme courses

Information about study programme courses, conditions for passing and methods of evaluation is specified in course information sheets in AIS STU.

Common rules of organization and process of examination are regulated by the Examination Regulations (appendix of Study Regulations).

Final Theses

A compulsory part of studies is the writing and defence of a final thesis, through which a student proves that he is systematically and independently able to work on a level corresponding to I. level Bachelor thesis.

Topics, assignments and supervisors fo final these of a study programme are available in AIS STU.

Rules of thesis writing and defence are part of Art. 18 of Study Regulations.

Taking part in mobility or internship

Every STU student can take part in a mobility. In cooperation with a faculty coordinator, he can create a study plan for the relevant academic year in a manner that will fulfill conditions for that specific part of studies.

Ethically and honorably

By enrolling in studies, each student commits to abiding by the principles of the Code of Ethics for Students of STU, realizing their shared responsibility for gaining knowledge and forming their personality.

Breaches of ethics principles, including academic fraud and plagiarism is penalized in accrodance with STU Disciplinary rules.

Study of students with special needs

STU creates a universally accessible academic environment and conditions for students and applicants with special needs (i.e. with health or learning disabilities) without reducing requirements for their study performance, in accordance with equal treatment principles.

Rights protection and student proposals

STU has mechanisms in place that allow a student to point out specific deficiencies, or request protection of his rights:

  • Twice a year, a student can partake in quality assessment of completed subjects through an anonymous questionnaire.
  • Each STU workplace has a system of Black-Boxes, through which it's possible to send in a request or suggestion to the relevant faculty workplace.
  • A written complaint can be submitted in accordance with Rector's Directive No. 7/2017-SR.
  • Should a student feel he has been graded non-objectively at an exam, or should he find out that rules set out by the Examination Regulations have not been followed, he has a right to submit a written request to the Dean to investigate the course or result of an exam.
  • A student can request help from his study advisor/consultant, or student representative (contact can be found in "Staffing" tab).